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" Thus when we fee on the furface of the moon a great number of elevations, from half a mile to a mile and a half in height, we are... "
The European Magazine, and London Review - Seite 67
1787
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The Scots Magazine, Band 49

1787
...under the infpection of the aitronomer, are to be viewed, not only with the ufual attention to facts as they occur, but with the eye of reafon and experience....depart from plain appearances ; though their origin and fignification fhould be indicated by the moft characterifing features. Thus, when we fee on the furface...
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The Edinburgh magazine, or Literary miscellany

1787
...The phenomena of nature, efpecially thofe that fall under the infpeftiun of the aflronoBier, are to be viewed, not only with the ufual attention to fails...experience. In this we are, however, not allowed to depart irom plain appearances ; tho' their origin and lignification flwuld be indicated by the molt characterizing...
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The County Magazine, Band 1

1788
...under the infpedtion of the aftronomer, are to be viewed, not only with the ufual attention to fa<£ts as they occur, but with the eye of reafon and experience....depart from plain appearances; though their origin and lignification fhould be indicated by the moft characterising features. Thus when we fee on the furface...
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The New Annual Register, Or General Repository of History, Politics ..., Band 8

1788
...aflronomcr, arc to be viewed, rot only with the uûial attention to faits as they occur, but \xith the eye of reafon and experience. In this we are however...depart from plain appearances ; though their origin and lignification fhould be indicated by the moft charafteriling feature;. Thus, when we fee, on the furlace...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Band 58,Teil 2

1788
...viewed, not only with the ufu.il attention ro I acts is they occur, but with the eye of reafon ar<d experience. In this we are, however, not allowed to depart from plain appearances ; though thuir origin and fijMiificatinn fhould uc indicated bv the mod chara&vrifing features. Thus, when we...
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The Historical Magazine, Or, Classical Library of Public Events ..., Band 1

1789
...aftronomer, are to be viewed, not only with the ufual attention to fafts as they occur, but with the eye of experience. In this we are, however, not allowed to...from plain appearances ; though their origin, and lignification íhould be indicated by the moft characterifing features. Thus, when we fee, on the furface...
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The Gallery of Nature and Art; Or, a Tour Through Creation and Science, Band 1

Edward Polehampton - 1815
...to be viewed, not only with the usual attention to facts as they occur, but with the eye of reason and experience* In this we are however not allowed to depart from plain appear* ances ; though their origin and signification should be indicated by the moat characterising,...
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The Gallery of Nature and Art: Or, a Tour Through Creation and Science, Band 1

Edward Polehampton, John Mason Good - 1818
...to be viewed, not only with the usual attention to facts as they occur, but with the eye of reason and experience. In this we are however not allowed...depart from plain appearances ; though their origin and signification should be indicated by the most characterising features. Thus, when we see, on the surface...
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Encyclopedia of Natural and Artificial Wonders and Curiosities ..., Band 11

John Platts - 1876 - 952 Seiten
...to be viewed, not only with the usual attention to facts as they occur, but with the eye of reason and experience. In this we are, however, not allowed to depart from plain appearances, though t.ieir origin and signification should be indicated by the most characterizing features. Thus, when...
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